On 20/02/2014, email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Exactly. As I said in my last message, I feed plain text into a LaTeX
compiler. I want to edit LaTeX files in an environment with both (i)
double-spaced lines, and (ii) serif fonts. No text editor I'm aware of can
do both. LibreOffice Writer can.
You should be able to achieve this by configuration of default
settings in lyx, which in case you are unaware can compile latex also.
It's just awful to write prose in single-spaced lines and monospaced fonts.
Writer is way more readable.
If you really prefer a text-editor, jedit offers nice ways to make
text look nice, including choice of background colour.
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